Chelsea striker Gonzalo Higuain is desperate to help get Chelsea into next year’s Champions League so he can fulfill his dream of winning the Champions League.
The striker joined Chelsea from Juventus in January and has scored three goals for the Blues.
Higuain won three La Liga titles, a Copa del Rey and two Supercopa de Espana playing for Real Madrid in Spain. In Italy, the Argentine striker won two Serie A titles, three Coppa Italia and one Supercoppa Italiana, with Juventus and Napoli.
Higuain has earned 75 caps and scored 31 goals for Argentina so far and has a World Cup runners-up medal with Argentina in 2014 and two Copa America runners-up prizes.
“Obviously there have been some disappointments with my country, because we have not had luck in the World Cup,” Higuain told The Mirror.
“But with my clubs I’m very happy with my career. Playing in the three best leagues in the world – Italy, Spain, England – is not within the reach of many players.
“So I’m very proud of that. Personally I am satisfied, but I still have a dream to win the Champions League. It’s the missing one for me.
“But I can’t think about winning that yet. First we have to get there. It’s very important for Chelsea to be in that competition next season.
“It’s so important to finish in the top four to qualify for the Champions League – and also to win a trophy if we can.”